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, and how will that aft that race? and eliot spitzer, the former new york governor, we will get his take and much more. the hassle. i'm not too sure about this. look at this. [ security agent ] right. you never kick off with sales figures. kicking off with sales figures! i'm yawning. i'm yawning some more. aaaaaaaand... [ snores ] i see your point. yeah. [ snores ] [ male announcer ] we understand.® you need a partner who delivers convenience. next time use fedex office. i just wish that all of the important information was gathered together in one place. [ printer whirs ] done. ♪ thanks. do you work here? not yet. from tax info to debunking myths, the field guide to evolving your workforce has everything you need. download it now at thinkbeyondthelabel.com. . >> one of the big primary contests tonight is right here in the district of columbia. this is adrian fenty and vince gray is the primary challenger right now. we want to show you something interesting about the mayor. because if you ask people in the district of columbia how it is going, 64% of the residents in the district of c
and wealthy americans. let's talk about it now. eliot spitzer joins me, co-host of cnn's upcoming program "parker spitzer." kate zurnicki, national correspondent for the "new york times." also the author of "boiling mad: inside tea party america." and ralph reed, chairman of the faith and freedom coalition. he's also the author of the new book "the confirmation." ralph, is this basically tea party language? >> i think there are three audiences. i was fortunate enough to be involved in the contract with america 16 years ago when you were both trying to energize the grassroots of the republican party, but you were also critically trying to talk to perot voters. we won that vote, by the way, 2-1. so i think there's three audiences. number one, the base of the party, and certainly among social conservatives there's a reaffirmation of marriage, of family, of the protection of innocent human life, of not having rogue judges who legislate from the bench. they're going to be happy with that. i think the second constituency is the tea party. and you alluded to some of that language in your opening
indicated he'd veto it. finally former new york governor eliot spitzer's new colleagues at cnn took a lot of shots at the democrat back when he was infamous as client number nine in the prostitution scandal that forced him out of office. here is a small sample of what was said in march of 2008. anderson cooper, quote, it seems like eliot spitzer according to allegations was spending a fair amount of his time on his job figuring out ways to hire hookers. jack calferty, sometimes the moralistic holier than thou self-righteous folks get caught up and hoisted and their own petard. he could lose his job, could the next stop for eliot spitzer be prison? apparently not. his next stop is it to co-host a show on cnn. now, bah being to the rahm emanuel story he said last april that he has always wanted to be mayor of chicago, but correspondent mike tobin reports from the windy city, there are plenty of drawbacks to that job. >> i'm announcing that i will not seek a 7th term of mayor of the city of chicago. >> observers say the worst thing that could happen to a candidate looking to succeed mayor ri
. they asked us to fill in for the last couple of months. beginning on monday, kathleen parker, eliot spitzer will debut their new show. i met eliot the other day. he's a good guy. i mean, he's fired up about this. they're going to do great. >> best of luck to them. >> you and i are going to stay connected. >> we're still here in the afternoon. >> 3:00 to 4:00 every day on "rick's list." here now, our pal larry king. >> larry: tonight, bob woodward and president obama's wars on the battlefield and in the back rooms. the commander in chief shares his fears about a nuclear assault. says america could absorb another terror attack. and rips into pakistan. revealing it all and more. why do presidents keep talking to bob woodward? we'll find out next on "larry king live. kwvt good evening. he's an old valued friend. we go back many moons. than we both care to say. he's the associate editor of "the washington post." number one on amazon. "obama's wars" published by simon and schuster. thanks for being with us as always. this has a double meeting, does it not? >> it does. it's specifically the war in
us know what you think at ac360.com. >>> eliot spitzer joins us with joe johns and dana lash. they are going to weigh in. >>> and also, on president obama's town hall meeting. people hurting from the recession throwing sharp questions at him. one democratic woman saying she's tired of the defending him. and his challenge for the tea party. >>> and later, "the disease detective" the doctors you call when your child is ill and no other doctors know what's wrong. >> i was told that i was being -- i was looking for things that were -- not there. it's just really hard. i don't know. >> we actually spent a lot of time videotaping her, when we saw the little things that started happening because no one believed us. when i had my heart attack, i couldn't believe it. it was a real shock. i remember being at the hospital thinking, "i should have done more to take care of myself." you should've. that's why i'm exercising more now. eating healthier. and i also trust my heart to lipitor. [ male announcer ] when diet and exercise are not enough, adding lipitor may help. lipitor is a choles
with our panel, eliot spitzer, dana lash and joe johns. later what if you got sick or your child got sick and no doctor knew why? what would you do? "360" m.d. sanjay gupta introduces us tonight to the disease detectives, trying to solve medicine's toughest mysteries. that's part one of a week-long series. we begin tonight, though, keeping them honest with christine o'donnell and how she spent money from her last campaign. last week after searching federal campaign filings we learned that the surprise republican nominee for u.s. senator from delaware had checks and expense records that didn't seem to add up. apparently, spending campaign money on personal expenses after the campaign was over, which would be a violation of federal election law. for instance, take a look. this check for $475. ms. o'donnell labeled it as "mileage reimbursement." but it was written three months after her last campaign ended. or this, $600 for her utility bill, paid to delmarva power. again, the campaign was over. tonight, more checks have surfaced, including campaign dollars to pay rent on ms. o'donnell's hom
, and candy crowley were in especially for larry king. instead hired were kathleen parker, eliot spitzer and piers morgan. joining me to talk about these moves, in new york, senior reporting for broadcasting and cable manage in. tamp, media critic for the "st. petersburg times." here in washington, executive producer of "bbc america's" "bbc world news america." are you feeling their pain? you got sacked as producer of the news six months after couric's debut. can be a brutal business. >> i was looking at my iphone friday and thought, boy, this is not a good day to be a middle aged white media executive. i was attempted to hide under the desk. sure, nobody likes to get fire department. -- fired. i didn't and i'm sure these guys didn't. john and jeff were in the jobs probably longer than anybody should reasonably expect in this day and age. this is a volatile, tough business, and a particularly tough time in a tough business. this is not the last act for either one of them. >> zucker, as i mentioned, wasn't surprised that the axe fell because of comcast spending billions to take over nbc.
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democrats say a lot of bad things about each other? wait until you hear what eliot spitzer has to say about the fellow democrat who wants his old job, andrew cuomo. but that's in "the sideshow." host "face to face" on our nbc stations in nevada. and the politics editor for msnbc.com. look, we got to start with what happened on capitol hill. here's an exchange between michigan congressman john conyers and stephen colbert today. let's listen. >> i'm asking you to leave the committee room completely and submit your statement instead. >> i'm here at the invitation of the chairwoman and if she'd like me to remove myself from the hearing room, i'm happy to do so. i'm only here on interpretation. >> that is correct. >> that is fair enough. >> von, let me start with you. you have been watching the 24/7 news cycle infect congress, and now it's sort of where it has gone to a level where an actor or comedian decides to go in character on capitol hill. what did we witness today? >> well, i really think that was the sticking point right there. kevin costner was there recently. talking about coast guard
they're singing a different tune. we'll talk with eliot spitzer, alex castellanos and dana lash. ♪ the turn will make you think. ♪ make you re-examine your approach. change your line. innovate. and create one of the world's fastest-reacting suspensions, reading the road 1,000 times per second. it's the turn that leads you somewhere new. introducing the new 2011 cts-v coupe. from cadillac. the new standard of the world. >>> a lot of raw politics to talk about tonight. the republican party's tea party turnabout, it unfolded before our eyes following christine o'donnell's upset in the delaware senate primary. the establishment of which many members backed mike castle, originally offered tepid support, but that changed today, with gop chairman michael steele now saying o'donnell has the full backing of the committee. also senatorial chairman john cornyn said he and the committee strongly stand by her, though they issued a tepid congratulations laftd night. today senator cornyn said the committee is giving o'donnell the maximum donation of $42,000. we'll find out what some republ
from his own support eers? kathleen parker and eliot spitzer here to help us break down the president and you knew this was coming, pete dominick out on the street tonight. what does he want to talk about? hocus pocus. ege ege but never finished... to late bloomers... full-time moms... and everyone who is good at something but wants to be great. welcome to kaplan university. the university that's changing the face of education... to undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees... degrees that can give you a leg up... in a tough job market... in any job market... welcome. welcome to kaplan university. call kaplan university now or visit us on-line to take our free learning assessment. t adwiwiout food al t >>> it's been an interesting few days for joe miller in alaska. all of a sudden he's just one of two republicans in alaska's three-way senate race. he joins us now to go one-on-one. mr. miller, let's start with that, the new development. the woman you defeated in the primary, lisa murkowski who is still in the united states senate, has decided now to mount a write-in camp
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about each other? wait until you hear about eliot spitzer that wants his own job back. that's in the side show. the side show is the lead today. the politics editor for msnbc.com. we have to start with what happened on capitol hill. it's with a michigan kangman and stephen colbert today. >> i'm asking you to leave the committee rom and submit your application in writing. >> i'm here by request from the chairwoman. >> that is correct. >> thank you very much. that's fair enough. >> vaughan, let me start with you. you have been doing this as long as i have, watching the 24/7 news cycle infect congress and now it's gone to a level i don't think any of us ever thought where an actor or comedian decided to go, in character, on capitol hill. what did we witness today? >> we have seen celebrities parade in congress. kevin costner was talking about coast guard issues. they are in and out all the time. for colbert to be there in character was taking it to a new level. bizarre at that. they were trying to get attention. they were trying to get attention for this issue. she succeeded. i
by michael bloomberg endorsing mr. cuomo followed by eliot spitzer saying that cuomo is the dirtiest nastyiest out there, isn't politics wonderful? >> the storm comg
an enthusiasm gap. with democrat, the answer may tell us a lot. a and wait until you hear what eliot spitzer has to say about andrew cuomo. but of course, the "side show" is the lead today. in nevada, it's silly season. john raulsen and von berger, the politics editor for msnbc.com. look, we got to start with what happened on capitol hill. here's an exchange between john conniers and steven colbert today. let's listen. >> i'm asking you to leave the committee room completely and submit your statement instead. >> if she would like me to remove myself from the hearing room, i'm happy to do so. >> that is correct. >> thank you very much. >> von, let me start with you. you've been doing this as long as i have. watching the 24/7 news cycle infect congress and now it's sort of gone to a level where an actor or comedian decides to go in character on capitol hill. what did we witness today? >> well, i really think that was the sticking point right there. we've seen celebrities parade in congress. kevin costner was there recently. they're in and out of that place all the time. but for colbert to be there
us know what you think at ac360.com. >>> eliot spitzer joins us with joe johns and dana. they'll weigh in. >>> and also, on president obama's town hall meeting. people hurting from the recession throwing sharp questions at him. one democratic woman saying she's tired of the defending him. and his challenge for the tea party. >>> and later, "the disease detective "the doctors you could when your child is ill and no other doctors know what's wrong. >> i was told that i was looking for things that were not there. it's just really hard. i don't know. >> we actually spent a lot of time videotaping her, when we saw the little things that started happening because no one believed us. today just seemed like a great day to save. oh, it's not just today. with our free loyalty program, you earn great stuff like accident forgiveness and bigger discounts just by staying with us. oh! ooh! so, what you're saying is, it gets even better with age. oh! tell me we're still talking about insurance. rewarding loyalty. now, that's progressive. call or click today. to save me a boatload of money on
supporters should worry democrats in november. joining me, eliot spitzer, co-host of "parker spitzer," also republican consultant and political contributor alex cal tell yan nose, appreciate all of you being with us, eliot, robert gibbs, quote, this is the first debate going on inside the republican party for the hearts and mindses of republican voters. is he right? >> of course he's right but he's the victim of that debate because the debate has created enthusiasm, energy, the tea party is take over the republican party in many states. in delaware, not so clear. but democrats are saying we're no longer setting the agenda and the fear democrats have is this enthusiasm, even for candidates who karl rove admits are not credible from many other perspectives, they continue through november, and this could be a tsunami that nobody could possibly have predicted. >> dana, do you think o'donnell is credible? do you think she can win? >> i do think she can win. i think she can win as soon as people like karl rove stop going on television and trying to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. we haven
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think we've got to stop thinking of muslims as being "them." >> we have to take a quick break. eliot spitzer, kathleen parker, thanks for being with us. quick reminder, parker-spitzer appears monday october 5th here at 8:00 pm. we're all excited about it. [ male announcer ] we went to germany's nurburgring to challenge ourselves on the most demanding track in the world. with us, in spirit, was every great car that we'd ever competed with. the bmw m5. and the mercedes-benz e63. for it was their amazing abilities that pushed us to refine, improve and, ultimately, develop the world's fastest production sedan. [ engine revving ] the cts-v, from cadillac. the new standard of the world. >>> we timely heard from imam feisal abdul rauf in an interview with soledad o'brien. he says some tried to use it for political gain. watch. >> this controversy only began in may. and it began as a result of some politicians who decided to use this for certain political purposes. and this is when it began to snowball, soledad. >> so, you think it's been politicized? >> absolutely. this is very dangerous an
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state is not without its share of dirty la laundry. the irs started investigating eliot spitzer with suspicious bank transfers. he was linked to a high-priced prostitution ring which he met a call girl. on march 10, 2008 the governor publicly apologized and seven days later resigned from office. >> that did not vacate albany with spitzer who was preceded by governor paterson. he had a record of alleged altercations with women and felony drug arrests as a teen. patterson suspended johnson and stating that he was realistic about, quote an accumulation of obstacles and offered new yorkers this. >> i give you this personal oath. i have never abused my office, not now, not ever. >> five days later patterson was charged with an ethics violation for inappropriately obtaining yankees world series tickets. the commission has referred the case to the albany county d.a. and state attorney general for possible criminal charges. not only is the swamp still festering but it seemed to go into every crevice. >> draining the swamp.... >> it's all right laughable. it still is terrible place that
groups apart. he approvalingly quotes old racist arguments from t.s. eliot about what constitutes a society. the population should be ho moggious. what is still more important is unity of religious background. race and culture combine to make any large number of free-thinking jews undesirable. so there's that. then jim russell gets even weirder. so on weird that i tried sort of practicing today and found i was unable to read the next excerpt without losing my composure. i enlisted kent jones read it for us. >> it has been demonstrated that finches, raised by foster parents of a different species of finch, will later exhibit a life-long sexual attraction toward the alien species. one wonders how a child's sexual imprinting mechanism is affected by forcible racial integration and near continual exposure to media stimuli promoting interracial contact. >> yes, finches, the birds, and interracial contact. major party candidate for congress, ladies and gentlemen. mr. russell also talks about the culpability of media moguls who deliberately popularize miscegenation and to instill in thei
pickings from the political grapevine. former democratic new york governor eliot spitzer is giving a less than ringing endorsement for the candidate he has in the past said he would vote for. the "wall street journal" reports spitzer said of democratic gubernatorial candidate andrew cuomo, "the problem andrew has is that everybody knows that behind the scenes he's the dirtiest, nastiest political player out there. and that is his reputation from years in washington." cuomo spokesman responded with a not so subtle jab at spitzer. "cuomo's record, credibility and honor speak for themselves. as do mr. spitzer's." spitzer, of course, resigned two years ago in the wake of a prostitution scandal. virginia republican governor bob mcdonald offered apology and olive branch speaking at a conference about slavery. the "washington post" reports that mcdonnell promised next april will not be called confederate history month as he originally said but instead civil war in virginia month. he was criticized this year for the proclamation that at first did not include reference to slavery in the war. me sa
its share of dirty la laundry. the irs started investigating eliot spitzer with suspicious bank transfers. he was linked to a high-priced prostitution ring which he met a call girl. on march 10, 2008 the governor publicly apologized and seven days later resigned from office. >> that did not vacate albany with spitzer who was preceded by governor paterson. he had a record of alleged altercations with women and felony drug arrests as a teen. patterson suspended johnson and stating that he was realistic about, quote an accumulation of obstacles and offered new yorkers this. >> i give you this personal oath. i have never abused my office, not now, not ever. >> five days later patterson was charged with an ethics violation for inappropriately obtaining yankees world series tickets. the commission has referred the case to the albany county d.a. and state attorney general for possible criminal charges. not only is the swamp still festering but it seemed to go into every crevice. >> draining the swamp.... >> it's all right laughable. it still is terrible place that is clogged with corru
governor is not without his share of dirty laundry. they started investigating eliot spitzer for suspicious bank transfers. one year later he was linked to a high priced prostitution ring which he patronized he went to in order to meet among others ashley dupree. he publicly apologized and 7 days later apologized. >> i thought it was the right thing to do. >> scandal did not vacate spitzer who was repeated by david patterson. in 2010 the new york times revealed david johnson had a record of alleged ality indications with women and felony drug arrests as a teen. addison suspended jovrn son and stated he was realistic about quote an accumulation about obstacles about this. >> i give you this personal oath. i have never abused my office. not now, not ever. >> five days later patterson was charged with an ethics violation by the state public integrity commission for inappropriately obtaining yankees world series tickets. there were possible criminal charges. not only is the swamp still festering on capitol hill the bog seeped into every crevice of the democratic party when pelosi pats herself
in this whole situation, the same in the eliot spitzer case, has come forward and she is now saying she supplied that woman to beckham. >> i don't know. >> it's going to be a big one. >> any time you're in the spotlight like this couple is, it's tough to pick out without knowing exactly what happened. quickly, drew carey has lost a lot of weight and he looks really good. he said he lost all the weight so he could save his life. he was at one point 262 pounds. now he's down to about 182. he wants to get down to 170 by halloween. so good for him. >> does look like it will save his life as well. around their homes. there is a medicare benefit that may qualify you for a new power chair or scooter at little to no cost to you. stay tuned for this important medicare benefit information and free scooter guarantee. imagine... one scooter or power chair that could improve your may entitle you to pay little to nothing to own it. one company that can make it all happen ... your power chair will be paid in full. the scooter store. why should you call the scooter store today? because their mobility experts ar
losing. start gaining. >> larry: right back with bob woodward. kathleen parker, eliot spitzer, will be here tomorrow night with a preview of their new show which debuts monday. they'll answer your questions. send them to kings things on twitter or my facebook page, facebook.com/larrykinglive. let's check in with anderson and "a c360." what's our lead tonight? you always have something surprising. >> yeah, we're keeping them honest tonight on really the strangest story we've come across. new developments in the case of a michigan assistant attorney general. he's made it his mission to o n attack an openly gay student. he's called the student a nazi, put a swastika on him and satan's representative and hung outside his house at night with a video camera, again, this is from the assistant attorney general in michigan. we spoke to him last night and defended his actions of the today though a lot of people are calling for him to be fired. there's one person who can make that decision and that's his boss, attorney general cox and we'll talk with attorney general cox about why no ac
hosts kathleen parker and eliot spitzer join us. we'll see you, soledad, at the top of the hour. >> anderson, thanks. that's in a couple of minutes. let's talk about your past. you've been working for the state department or with the state department for many years, under the bush administration and now as well. what exactly do you do? >> they have a visitors' program, an exchange program where they send people from this country, americans all over the world, to talk about things in latin america and various other subjects and they also invite people from other parts of the world to visit the united states, get to know the united states. >> that's a national security mission in a way? >> kind of an exchange visitors' program to get -- to build relationships between people in various professions, religions, et cetera, with their counterparts, with other people in other parts of the world. i've done about half a dozen of these to various parts of the muslim world. >> you've heard about this pastor in florida, terry jones, who is proposing burning korans on 9/11. what do you think
" reporter. eliot spitzer with a new show next week and joining us to talk about it. >>> very sad and developing story this morning. a college student takes his own life police say after a private sexual encounter taped and streamed online. now, invasion of privacy charges are out there but people are asking, is this much more than that? cyber bullying to the extreme. we're getting a live report still ahead. quickly and easily in the tightest spaces. more innovation, more great values. craftsman. trust. in your hands. everything you need to stretch out on long trips. residence inn. ♪ everything you need to stay balanced on long trips. residence inn. it's finally ready. [ female announcer ] just because a counter looks clean, doesn't mean it is clean. but with one sheet of bounty, you'll have confidence in your clean. in this lab test, just oney leaves this surface thr than the bargain brands. want confidence that your surfaces can get really clean? even with just one sheet? bring it. super durable... super absorbent... super clean. bounty. the clean picker upper. and for huge
to do. >> right. he had his mind set, but -- interesting. michael eliot, we'll have you back in a couple of hours also to talk about barack obama. >>> meantime, bristol palin stopped by the "tonight show" with jay leno last night. she's promoting her upcoming stint on "dancing with the stars." jay asked bristol for an update on her ex-fiance levi johnston. >> isn't he running for mayor of wasilla. >> i guess that's the rumor. >> let me ask you a question -- >> yeah. >> would you vote for him? >> well, he needs to move to wasilla to the city limits. and he needs to get his g.e.d. >> got to get a g.e.d. >> palin says she decided to do "dancing with the stars" despite the fact she's never danced before. and when jay asked her if she'd gone to her prom. bristol said no, i was pregnant. >>> well, a new study suggests that regular consumption of alcohol can actually help you live longer. the study says people over 55 who put away one or two drinks a day live much longer than heavy drinkers and non-drinkers. we're going to get an explanation from dr. robert lee at the jersey city medical center
and schuster. kathleen parker, eliot spitzer are here tomorrow. jenny mccarthy on friday. right now, "ac 360" with some incredible stories. here's anderson cooper. >>> larry, thanks and thanks for watching everyone. tonight keeping them honest, the law enforcement official, an assistant attorney general targeting a college student in his spare time, singling out for a campaign of vitriol and online attacks. new developments tonight, and the same question people keep asking us, why hasn't his boss fired him? we'll put that question to his boss, the attorney general of michigan. >>> also tonight a bombshell campaign ad re-enacting a senator's visit with a prostitu prostitute. is it fair? is it true? we have the facts. >>> and later a rare sitdown with michael j. fox, his battle with parkinson's, what his days look like and what the future looks like in the battle against this killer disease. >>> we begin though tonight keeping them honest. one of the new developments in one of the oddest stories we have reported on in a long, long time. new calls tonight for an assistant attorney general of mi
in the same stage of planning as park 51 is. >> justin eliot of salon.com, good work on this story and great thanks for your time. that's
and eliot spitzer, our new dynamic duo on thursday night and go to our blog to send in your video or written questions for them. cnn.com/larryking. "a c360" and anderson cooper, right now. anderson? >> larry thanks. thanks for watching. begin with breaking news. as you mentioned, president obama's right-hand man chief of stuff rahm emanuel all but certain to be stepping down. sources say he'll be running for mayor of chicago. got two of the best political team on television to talk about it, what it means for the white house. they will weigh in. also, politicians distorting the truth in hopes of winning your view. you'll see which politicians are playing fast and loose with the facts and how they selectively edit videotape in their commercials to do it. we're keeping them honest, a democrat and a republican. later, eddie bernice johnson, remember her, the democratic lawmaker who steered money that was supposed to help needy kids go to college, steered it into the pockets of her own relatives? she says she's taking responsibility but every time she talks about it she refuses to take the blame
or ethical transgression with the fact that you're pairing him with eliot spitzer, there's a sinn synergy that's not good. he likes posing, likes being with eb tcelrities. i think this is just -- the word this comes to mind for him is hot dog. he's a hot dog. he is not -- he is not a seriou guy. now i don't say you have tput a serious person into that slot. but this is a guy also, in this inrvteiew when he was named this week, he said, well, i'm doing all these other jobs, but if something big breaks i can in the studio and do the show. howie, that's not how you do show that's going to be successful. he's all over the place. i think he's just t kind of guy who's kind of a blustery phony, who comes on and just blows his way into the o room. >> i'll reserve judgment on that. by the way, there's no law in television againsteing a hot dog. emily, how d piers morgan from his tabloid years to being a pretty successful tv celebty in britain? >> well, i think that was something of a mystery to all of us, actually, even to pier as an editor. after he was sacked from "the mirror," he had a very uns
political news go to our website, cnnpolitics.com. quick break. we'll be right back. eliot spitzer joins us in a moment. >>> well, another tea party candidate surging in a surprising way this morning. a new poll out of new york shows carl palladino just six points behind new york attorney general andrew cuomo. and that puts him within the margin of error. >> this is interesting because it's somebody who has not held political office before. he's a billionaire businessman -- sorry, millionaire businessman. known for makes controversial statements. he's from buffalo. he said he'll spend up to $10 million up his own money on his race. he's campaigned under the slogan "mad as hell." we want to bring in cnn's eliot spitzer right now. he of course knows the politics of new york as well as as anyone. the former governor is now here on cnn. he's hosting a new show here. >> good to be here. >> mired with controversy and racist e-mail, he's within the margin of error. >> here's the thing. it is a shock to folks who don't really understand that new york state is three different states. new york state
by peter king, republican congress of new york and democratic congressman eliot engel, also of new york. thanks, gentlemen, for talking to us. david axelrod says the republican insistence on tax cuts for the rich is holding up tax relief for everyone else, and they will have to explain that to voters on the campaign trail. i want to hear more about what he said on abc's "this week." listen: >> i think it's an untenable position to say we'll allow your taxes to go up, on january 1, unless the president agrees to give tax cuts to millionaires and billionaires. >> julie: congressman engel, we are not talking about billionaires here, when we talk of a family making over $250,000 a year. why do democrats insist on making that assessment. >> i think it should be more than $250,000, because if you live in an area like congressman king and i live, the high cost of living area like new york city that is not fair but i think the real question here is, should tax cuts for the middle class be held hostage because republicans refuse to support it, unless we also give tax cuts to millionaires and bil
influence than the president? weigh in. >>> bob woodward, wednesday night, kathleen parker and eliot spitzer, our new dynamic duo on thursday night and you can go to our blog to send in your video or written questions for them, cnn.com/larry king. "ac 360" and anderson cooper right now. >>> breaking news, president obama's right handyman, chief of staff, rahm emanuel, is stepping down. sources say he's running for the mayor of chicago. we have two great democrats to weigh. >> and winning your vote? >>> which politicians play fast and loose with the facts and how they selectively edit video taip in their commercials. >>> and remember eddy bernice johnson? remember her? she was supposed to steer money to help needy kids go to college. she steers the money into the pockets of her own relatives but then when she talks about it she refuses to take blame and won't say what happened. her story this time is pretty stung. >>> and tonight, a picture of may him in afghanistan with civilians killed for sports. body parts kept as souvenirs and troops in fear for their lives if anyone talked. all of that
, "the cnn strange experiment with eliot spitzer got off to a rocky start even before his new show began, giving viewers a full monty of his split persona. one moment he was and a head discussing new york politics, then he shifted into attack mode, blasting andrew cuomo, calling him the dirtiest, nastiest political player out there. host: dale, lincoln, neb., good morning. caller: i do not think that people understand what liberal means, it means open-minded. the grand old party that i belong to right now a change from the obstructionists' party it if people had been smart enough to vote for ross perot when they passed nafta o, the js would be wishing out of the country. as far as working together, i remember when clinton and not a single republican voted to balance the budget. host: some of the books on the best seller list, steven hawking is "the grand design." "crime against liberty" that is number two. also on the top 10 list, "al viars," "empire of the summer moon," "and empire of the moon." taking aim of politics in this country, including the delaware republicans, here's an excerp
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